England Anthem jacket
Thanks to two commanding victories in their first two Euro 2012 qualifying matches, England are not only looking good in their new Umbro home kit, but also looking good in their bid to reach the finals of yet another major tournament. And with fresh, young, talented players such as Adam Johnson, Joe Hart and Theo Walcott to the fore, the future is looking bright. So, to celebrate the dawn of an exciting new era for England team, the Guardian has teamed up with Umbro to offer one reader the chance to win an England Anthem jacket.
Designed to accompany the new England home kit, the Anthem jacket comes in a royal blue colour, lifted from the national crest, and is made from a cotton/polyester blend. Crafted using the same panel structure as the new England home shirt, the jacket features iconic designer Peter Saville's New Fabric of England motif as a simple graphic on the back of the neck.
Saville's fabric print design for the England home range reflects the multiculturalism and diversity of football in England today through a simple pattern of differently coloured St George's crosses. With the England crest and Umbro's white double diamond embroidered on the chest, the Anthem jacket is completed by zipped pockets, ribbed hem and cuffs, providing the comfort and movement that wearers expect.
Of course, it's not just Steven Gerrard and co who have the three lions adorning their chests. England's highly successful women's team and the national youth teams will all be proudly sporting the Anthem jacket during the singing of the national anthem.
Perfect for wearing on the pitch or for cheering on the team from the stands, the jacket is a fine addition to the wardrobe of any fashion-conscious football fan.